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Popular Terms You’ll Hear From Used Truck Dealers

When you buy a new car or truck, you can expect its value to depreciate drastically right when you drive it off the lot and take it home. Buying a used vehicle means better value. Check out these popular terms that you’ll hear when searching for a used auto dealer.

  • Big Rig – A big rig, or semi truck, is a commercial vehicle that hauls freight.
  • Four Wheel Drive – This popular truck feature powers all four wheels simultaneously, giving better traction and allowing you to take it off the road onto rough terrain.
  • Heavy Duty Truck –This type of semi truck weighs more than 26,000 pounds. You can often find medium and light duty used trucks for sale.
  • Lease – While most people buy a used truck outright, some people choose to lease them. When leasing, you don’t actually own the truck. Instead, you essentially rent the vehicle for an agreed-upon period of years and dollar amount, and then return it when the contract has ended.
  • Pickup Truck – A truck with a flatbed in the back that you can fill with boats, equipment, heavy furniture and other items for transportation purposes. Consider a four-door pickup rather than the classic two-door if you have a family or simply want a backseat.
  • SUV – A sports utility vehicle holds as many people as a minivan, but can tow as much weight as a truck.
  • Trade – When you trade in a car or truck with an auto dealer, you can expect to get the wholesale worth of the vehicle applied towards a down payment on a new one.
  • Van – A van is defined by having a large body, which means that you can use it to store and transport. Vans are bigger than minivans, and typically used for more commercial purposes.
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    Bliss Auto Sales
    4730 Pershing Dr, El Paso, TX 79903
    (915) 566-1616
    Popular Motor & Fleet Sales
    5400 Gateway Blvd E, El Paso, TX 79905
    (915) 881-1800
    Flamingo Motors
    7063 Alameda Ave, El Paso, TX 79915
    (915) 775-9939
    Scorpian Auto & Truck Sales
    7640 Alameda Ave, El Paso, TX 79915
    (915) 778-7504
    Western Truck Sales
    6000 Dyer St, El Paso, TX 79904
    (915) 566-2975
    Turf Auto Sales
    9701 Montana Ave, El Paso, TX 79925
    (915) 595-3154
    Hyundai Used Truck Center
    9930 Montana Ave, El Paso, TX 79925
    (915) 594-6652
    U-Haul Neighborhood Dealer
    7390 Gateway E, El Paso, TX 79915
    (915) 595-8836
    U-Haul Neighborhood Dealer
    8831 Gateway S Blvd, El Paso, TX 79904
    (915) 757-2974
    U-Haul Moving & Storage of Northeast
    8833 Dyer St, El Paso, TX 79904
    (915) 751-1263
    Export Truck Sales Inc
    7235 Alameda Ave, El Paso, TX 79915
    (915) 772-5800
    U-Haul of North Mesa
    6335 N Mesa St, El Paso, TX 79912
    (915) 584-5408
    Penske Truck Rental
    6590 Montana Ave, El Paso, TX 79925
    (915) 593-3441
    U-Haul Moving & Storage at Montana
    8450 Montana Ave, El Paso, TX 79925
    (915) 772-1860
    Penske Truck Rental
    10390 Dyer St, El Paso, TX 79924
    (915) 564-5808

    One of the most popular vehicles on the road today is the truck. It exists in several forms, ranging from a light pickup to the heavy duty semi. Luckily, those who wish to own one of these automobiles can buy one new or used from almost any car and truck dealer. The industry developed as an alternative option to trains for freight carrying. Trains could move faster, but were limited to their rails while these commercial vehicles could carry products directly to their destination. While the trade grew quickly in the early twentieth century, only a few rig manufacturing companies survived the Depression era. The creation of the Interstate in 1956 brought the industry to the foreground and soon car manufacturing companies started making smaller versions of the larger vehicles. The classic medium flatbed body is still popular in today, despite the rising cost of fuel and the low mileage per gallon most larger machines get. Dealers have used and new equipment for sale every day, usually alongside other products like vans, SUVs, and various cars. Most larger trucks have tow capabilities, as do the semi versions. Most are available to buy outright, though some are available for lease at cheaper rates. Owning a truck is a big responsibility. Because of their size, the cost of everything involved is much bigger. Gas is more expensive, wheels are harder to find, and parts are much harder to install. However, these machines can do things that others can't and are perfect for those who need hauling done of any time.
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